Ang Lee has a new religion in digital. Will anyone follow?

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Ang Lee on set with Will Smith in 'Gemini Man .' (Paramount Pictures)
JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Ang Lee's conversion began with "Life of Pi." It was the director's first movie in 3-D, and he sweated anxiously over the implementation of the technology and the torturous process of adapting Yann Martel's fanciful and allegorical book set principally in a raft containing a 450-pound Bengal tiger. Lee was excited, though, to challenge himself with, as he says, a new dimension. But an early trial — a test shot with a dancing Indian girl — was disappointing. "I realized I couldn't see anything. I couldn't see her expression. There was so much jitter. I thought something was wrong with the camera," recalls Lee. "I sort of freaked out. But I couldn't back out. That started my journey." That journey has turned into one of the more unexpect
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